The UKWCT encourages school children to come out of the classroom to interact with the natural world around them; after all they are the conservationists of tomorrow. Where better than at the UK Wolf Conservation Trust’s centre near Reading, Berkshire?
A visit to the centre can help inspire a week, half or full term’s worth of work. The school programme is loosely linked to the national curriculum and can cover many subjects including, science, English, maths, history, art and photography.
There are a wide range of options and prices. These include wolf and non-wolf contact events, (Children most be six years+ to walk with the wolves). The UKWCT can accommodate groups of up to 30 and only has one school on site at a time, making the visit really special for the children and teachers. Health and safety is our top priority; visits, especially the wolf walk, are tightly controlled. See our FAQ on how the walks are conducted.
We've put together a list of the most frequently asked questions regarding visiting us.
Available to download for free is our schools information pack containing all sorts of information about wolves, teachers references and interactive handouts. A leaflet on what the UKWCT has to offer Schools can be read here. Also visit the Kids Den for games and other resources.
For further details or to book a visit, contact Danny Kidby - Hunter, Assistant Education Officer on Telephone 0118 971 3330 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note we can only accommodate minibuses on site, no coaches.